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Mikojan i Guriewicz MiG-19 1957.

Kraków 2007-07-07

153 Section 1957-12-03

OKB Mikojan i Guriewicz MiG-19 P, PM

Poland

Tally

Condition of MiG-19 P, PM aircraft in Polish Military Aviation

Tally of MiG-19 aircraft in Poland.

Number of MiG-19 aircraft in individual years
Number of MiG-19 aircraft in individual years

First delivery of MiG-19 P. aircraft. About 1957-12-03, 9 MiG-19 P aircraft were delivered to Poland. All aircraft were delivered to Modlin, and then directed to one of three regiments: Słupsk, Mierzęcice, and Ławica.

1 MiG-19 nb 720. Used in Modlin.

2 MiG-19 nb 724. Used in Modlin.

3 MiG-19 nb 725. Used in Modlin. There was an air accident on this plane. Due to the failure of the flight control system, the aircraft was deformed. Pilot Roman Operator has successfully landed.

4 MiG-19 nb 726. Used in Modlin and then in Mierzęcice.

5 MiG-19 nb 727. Used in Modlin and then in Mierzęcice. On 1966-08-02 there was a catastrophe in which pilot Eugeniusz Nasiorowski was killed. During take-off one of the engines failed and thrust asymmetry occurred. The plane fell from RWY.

6 MiG-19 nb 728. Used in Modlin and then in Słupsk. After serving, the plane went to the Polish Arms Museum in Kołobrzeg. After some time, he received nb 723.

7 MiG-19 nb 729. Used in Modlin and then in Słupsk. There was a disaster on this plane. On 1970-06-17, the pilot did not recover from the dive flight and was killed on the spot. Pilot Władysław Raczkiewicz.

8 MiG-19 nb 730. Used in Modlin, then in Ławica.

9 MiG-19 nb 739. Used in Modlin. On 1960-06-30, major pilot Tadeusz Góra has a plane crash. During the flight, one engine stops and then after a second. The pilot lands emergency, being injured.

Second delivery of MiG-19 P aircraft. 10 MiG-19 P aircraft were handed over to Poland.

1 MiG-19 P nb 1008. Handed over to Modlin and then to Słupsk.

2 MiG-19 P nb 1009. Handed over to Modlin and then to Słupsk. The reasons for the disappearance of the aircraft on the Baltic Sea on 1973-03-27 are unknown. Pilot Captain Jan Budka was on duty. He started to capture an unknown object on the Baltic Sea. During the flight, contact with the aircraft was lost and the aircraft did not return to the airport. Presumably, during the interception of the intruder, the speed limit was exceeded, with the suspended tanks, which on the MiG-19 aircraft was 1,000 km / h. Probably the plane of Captain Jan Budka flew at a speed of 1 100 km / h, which caused a disaster. Posthumously, pilot Jan Budek was promoted to major. He was an experienced pilot. He flew on TS-8 "Bies", MiG-15 UTI, Lim-2, Lim-5 and MiG-19 aircraft. He had a raid of 1,263 hours.

3 MiG-19 P nb 1010. Handed over to Modlin and then to Słupsk.

4 MiG-19 P nb 1011. Handed over to Modlin and then to Słupsk.

5 MiG-19 P nb 1012. Handed over to Modlin. On 1967-06-16 it was damaged on earth. There was no remote in the cabin.

6 MiG-19 P nb 1020.

7 MiG-19 P nb 1021.

8 MiG-19 P nb 1022.

9 MiG-19 P nb 1023.

10 MiG-19 P nb 1024.

Third delivery of MiG-19 PM aircraft. 14 aircraft in the MiG-19 PM version were handed over to Poland.

1 MiG-19 PM nb 904.

2 MiG-19 PM nb 905. Airplane used in the regiment in Słupsk. After serving at the Polish Aviation Museum in Czyżyny.

3 MiG-19 PM nb 906. Airplane used in the regiment in Słupsk. Lost in the crash of 1962-09-15. The pilot was killed - Jan Drewicz. During the training flight, Captain Jan Drewicz informed the command post that the MiG-19 aircraft had a great vibration and the rudders did not work. The decision was made to return to the airport to which the plane did not fly, crashing into the ground. The pilot did not catapult.

4 MiG-19 PM nb 907. The aircraft was in service in Słupsk. The plane crashed near the town of Lulemino Pilot captain Raszewski survived catapulting.

5 MiG-19 PM nb 908. Airplane used in the regiment in Słupsk. After serving, he remained in Słupsk as an exhibit. After some time, he received NB 1958 which reflects the date of introduction of the MiG-19 aircraft.

6 MiG-19 PM nb 909.

7 MiG-19 PM nb 910. Airplane used in the regiment in Słupsk. On July 20, 1966, the plane was lost. By mistake, the pilot activated the landing gear retraction levers on the stator. The wheels did not hide immediately, but during the take-off. The plane scrubbed the front of the fuselage against concrete and burned. Pilot lieutenant Zbigniew Kopacz left the cabin. The aircraft was damaged and unlisted.

8 MiG-19 PM nb 911.

9 MiG-19 PM nb 912.

10 MiG-19 PM nb 913.

11 MiG-19 PM nb 914.

12 MiG-19 PM nb 915.

13 MiG-19 PM nb 916.

14 MiG-19 PM nb 917.

Written by Karol Placha Hetman